He doesn't have enough hair to tell (when are you gonna grow some hair, Timmy?!), but it looks like he's turning out to be another blonde. I am eagerly awaiting the growth of more hair. What little he had in the first place has fallen out and all he has left is peach fuzz. When the light is shining on his head, he looks blond. If a slightly orange light is shining on his head, he looks strawberry blond. In dim lighting, he's dirty blond. He's got a big patch of cradle cap in the middle of his head, and once I take care of that (the sight of it makes me want to gag, so I guess it's about time) some more hair might grow.
Timmy had a couple of firsts this month. There was his first road trip -- New Bern, NC to Grafton, MA in just under 15 hours. We did it in one day. He slept almost the whole time, except for the rare occasion he was hungry or fussy. When we arrived at my sister-in-law Karen's house, he gifted me with 8 straight hours of sleep (8 hours for him, 6 of it I enjoyed). I am so lucky to have yet another good little traveler! Here's a video of him the next day, trying out a jumperoo for the first time, and laughing at one of his favorite people, Delaney:
|So thankful for this baby boy!|
His sisters give him lots of hugs and kisses. In return, he drools on them and grabs their hair. Annie still likes to count his toes and she comes up with a different number every time. Delaney likes to say, "Hi Buddy! Hiiiii!" over and over, and he grins and "talks" back. They treat him like a living doll. I wonder if they'll be as happy with him when he becomes mobile and starts going after their stuff. Probably not, but it will be funny.